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Bloomberg
The president’s remarks on the NSA did not address several key issues that could have major economic implications.
Los Angeles Times
Daniel Castro argues the PRISM revelations could cost US companies $35 billion over the next three years.
Bloomberg
Despite moving in the right direction, Daniel Castro argues the reforms announced missed the mark on the economic concerns brought up by NSA surveillance.
Los Angeles Times
"The elimination of these rules will better protect the 'innovation at the edge' of our networks," says Robert Atkinson.
Christian Science Monitor
Fallout from PRISM could be far-reaching, including billions in lost business for American tech giants.

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